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Guidelines for Hydrological Data Rescue
World Meteorological Organization - WMO, 2014 (WMO, No. 1146 )

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International Glossary of Hydrology

International Glossary of Hydrology
World Meteorological Organization - WMO, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 2012 (WMO, No. 385)

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FF&W

Manual on flood forecasting and warning
World Meteorological Organization - WMO, 2011 (WMO, No. 1072 )

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Streamgauging

Manual on Stream Gauging, Vol. I: Fieldwork
World Meteorological Organization - WMO, 2010 (WMO, No. 1044 )
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Manual on Stream Gauging, Vol. II: Computation of discharge
World Meteorological Organization - WMO, 2010 (WMO, No. 1044 )
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PMP

Manual on estimation of Probable Maximum Precipitation (PMP)
World Meteorological Organization - WMO, 2009 (WMO, No. 1045 )

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Low flow

Manual on Low-flow Estimation and Prediction
World Meteorological Organization - WMO, 2008 (WMO, No. 1029 )

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Guidelines NHSs

Guidelines on the role, operation and management of National Hydrological Services
World Meteorological Organization - WMO, 2006 (WMO, No. 1003 )

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